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My doctor may in fact be trying to kill me...

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posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 06:53 PM
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Irritable bowel syndrome does not produce regular bleeding, mostly gas and diarrhea. Bleeding is a sign of several types of cancer including stomach, esophageal and bowel, or chronic infection. At the very least you are at risk of complications of anemia and osteoporosis so please see another doctor.




posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 07:14 PM
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Don't give up until you find a doctor who really listens to you! The bleeding is a real problem, NOT in your head.

www.helpforibs.com...



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 07:28 PM
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I didn't leave this semester because this all started about a week or two before spring semester.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 09:05 PM
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First rule in point. Never chase the disease chase the health.

If you are unhappy with the doctor get a second opinion.


Firstly you will need to change your diet. Anal fissures are caused by the tears in the rectum caused by hot food and food that has not been digested properly can cut the rectum.

If you can find good wheatgrass cream and keep putting the cream up your rectum for relief. Drink wheatgrass juice also. Another thing is to change your diet. Eat more fruit to help your bowels move. Eat as much fruit as you want. Look into the raw food diet. Fruits are easier to digest and go through your system quickly.

Thoroughly enjoy chewing your food. Count up to 60 times and switch each side of the gums. Switching sides of the mouth every 60 times you chew helps the brain function better but this also helps the digestion as the saliva helps carry the nutrients and the chewing action wakes up your digestion.

This to me sounds like rectal fissures. I also feel you need to cut down on meat eating as this can be a problem too. Atleast only 3-4 times a week instead.

Colon cancer can be a result later in life if you do not face reality and start thinking about your health and diet. The challenges will be alot harder in the long run. You need to start now to change your life and not at the last minute where you will regret it. You have this strength in you to fight so dont fear sweety.

You can do it! Surround yourself with these positive messages everyday. Not many people realise the food they are eating now is killing them slowly. You need to change your lifestyle for the better.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 09:26 PM
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I would write out a letter of complaint to your state's medical board. I would send it to him first and demand he treat you according to your wants, and give him a deadline to do so. If he refuses send the letter.

This type of action boarders on serious malpractice. You don't bleed out of your behind because you have anxiety. If he is denying you treatment to limit insurance costs or make more from the insurance company then he is guilty of criminal actions as well.

Maybe there is a lawyer on this board that could helpyou with the specific wording.

This stuff has to stop! If we don't hold the doctors accountable, then it never will.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 09:26 PM
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double post double post

[edit on 26-1-2009 by disgustedbyhumanity]



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 09:40 PM
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Originally posted by NativeAmerican
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EDIT: and remember the reason they say I am making this up is because I told him junior year of high school, 5 years ago that I was having some anxieties. Then he began speaking like a psychologist about "his view" on anxiety. I later heard the same view expressed in the Sopranos. A fictional HBO series......

[edit on 26-1-2009 by NativeAmerican]


Also unless you have a serious mental problem never tell your doctor you are feeling anxious or depressed. It stays with for a lifetime and means higher rates for all insurance and no job with employers who do depp background checks. Plus it obviously means your doctor will no longer take you serious.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 09:56 PM
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Originally posted by disgustedbyhumanity

Originally posted by NativeAmerican
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EDIT: and remember the reason they say I am making this up is because I told him junior year of high school, 5 years ago that I was having some anxieties. Then he began speaking like a psychologist about "his view" on anxiety. I later heard the same view expressed in the Sopranos. A fictional HBO series......

[edit on 26-1-2009 by NativeAmerican]


Also unless you have a serious mental problem never tell your doctor you are feeling anxious or depressed. It stays with for a lifetime and means higher rates for all insurance and no job with employers who do depp background checks. Plus it obviously means your doctor will no longer take you serious.


The reason im so glad my naturopath listens to me.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 10:00 PM
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Thanks for the condolences. By brother was an awesome guy. He was an M.D. and had a wife that loved him very much (childhood sweethearts) and 3 kids. The youngest was 18 when he died.

I can't answer your question about the colonoscopy. A second opinion is definitely in order, especially since colon cancer runs in your family. Let us know how you fare.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 10:01 PM
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You def need to see another doctor. You could have pollups in the rectal cavity that's causing the bleading. I have a family member who has pollups there and when ever he eats peanuts they blled. Something to do with ellergic reaction.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 10:22 PM
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Aw, he sounds like a great guy.

I'm actually working on a chart for everyone who has given me food advice as well. I've read every post thoroughly and have taken everything people have said into consideration.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 11:05 PM
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Getting medical advice on ATS is akin to going to your plumber to get your cat neutered. It just makes no sense. You will get lots of advice from people who are not qualified to give it but will be no closer to a solution. If you take their advice it might even kill you.

Seeing a different MD would be the next logical step. There is no law that you must tell them anything about your experience with the other MD. Then if you get the same results, you may have some soul searching to do.

Whatever you do, make sure you get all advice from licensed people with an MD following their name. Ignore everyone else.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 11:26 PM
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if you think your doctor is trying to kill you then there must be a reason for this . i went out with a woman in wales and she had been abused by a man called terry cornelius ,he was a paedophile ,he ended up with bowl cancer and is now dead . by the way he was never arrested by the police ,but they were aware of his activitys . phaedophiles are not being charged but are being killed off by the vigelantys in society .doctors police etc . if you dont charge some one with paedophilia then there is no official motive when some one ends up dead . you must be paranoid about this for some reason .



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 11:38 PM
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One more voice saying "see another doctor." Not an ER doctor. Make an appointment.

Lie "like a big yellah dawg" (as we say in Texas) and tell him or her that you haven't seen a doctor in years. If you get the same advice/treatment as you did from the first one, find a third doctor.

Seriously.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 11:47 PM
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Are you calling me a padeophile? Because I take that very seriously considering my girlfriend was raped when she was 13.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 11:54 PM
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might i also suggest an acupuncturist or doctor of natural medicine? if you get a good one, they will sit with you, ask you a ton of questions and determine what tests to order. for example, people with lymes disease tend to be ignored by doctors who still don't believe in the existence of mycoplasma and same for gulf war syndrome and a few other not so nice diseases. an acupuncturist can order the tests you need done. it's a good alternative.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 12:01 AM
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First, continuous rectal bleeding is a major red flag!!

Do seek another opinion, and I would see either a Gastroenterologist or a Colo-rectal specialist. I would not go back to this same doctor under any circumstances. Your trust in this doctor has already been compromised, and that is not the type of relationship you need when dealing with a delicate and poentially serious problem.

Under Hippa it is illegal for anyone (another doctor included) to look at your records unless you give your WRITTEN consent. If at any time you feel your privacy rights have been violated or you feel you are not receiving appropriate medical care, then you call the AMA (American Medical Association)or the Medical Board and tell them what has happened and say you are interested in filing a complaint. Believe me they will take it seriously.

As far as this doctor telling your story to others. Like I said he/she cannot legally do so without prior Written permission.

Please make and appointment as soon as poissible. There is something going on!! Don't wait!

One more piece of advice, start taking notes. Day,time, who you spoke with, what was said etc. The more detailed the better able a new doc.will be able to follow. Also, it will come in quite handy if you need to pursue something legal in the future.

[edit on 01/12/2009 by paxnatus]



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 12:19 AM
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STOP TRYING TO SELL THIS/YOUR PRODUCT. This is not the place to sell a useless soy sugar product. This is probably the wrong thread for you.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 12:20 AM
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I certainly would be finding a new doctor, even if I had to travel to another town to do so.

As for your diet
I would consider adding either live culture yogurt if you can handle it, or some sort of probiotic supplement to your diet. It wil help rebalance the digestive track and populate it with good bacteria.

White rice has marvelous binding properties and canned or cooked pumpkin is good for the digestive track. It has lots of both fiber and pectin and can help out both ways when it comes to digestive upsets
Soups, oatmeal, toast, other bland foods you might eat after having the stomach flu would be things to try.

Gluten intolerance may be an issue here too, just a thought.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 12:21 AM
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First off: Is the blood bright red or very dark or black? Dark indicates a problem farther up the digestive tract, and is usually a worse sign. Bright red is often "normal" bowel problems.

Find a gastroenterologist if you're talking to a family practitioner. They specialize in the digestive tract. If you already have one, get another one immediately.


No, an accupuncturist will NOT help you with a gastrointestinal problem.


No, do NOT take that supplement this guy is trying to get you to buy. You have a real GI problem. And "natural" means nothing -- most drugs are "natural" proteins.


If your symptoms are very bad, a change in diet should NOT be enough. You have a REAL problem, not eating tomatoes or eating more fiber wont fix that. A doctor who knows what he's doing will.

No, House is NOT an accurate presentation of the medical world.




You have the RIGHT to a second opinion -- USE IT!



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